HOW TO CUT & PASTE
We are giving you several different methods of cutting & pasting. Try each one and pick the one that works best for you.
Left click your mouse as you drag it over the words you want Right click your mouse and click Cut or Copy Move your mouse to where you want to paste the words Right click Paste You're done. Betty Hook
A document as referred to in previous posts is technically a word processor document. The programs are similar regardless of what kind of computer you have. Some of the common word programs are: PC computers: Microsoft Word Word Pad Note Pad Mac computers: Microsoft Word Text Edit You will need to see if you have one of these programs or something similar on your computer. If you don't see any of these programs in your "Start" menu and want to see which program you have you can search your program files: PC computers: Click on "Start" menu at bottom left corner of computer screen Click on "My Computer" Click on your "C" drive Click on "Program Files" In this folder you will see other folders for the programs loaded onto your computer. If you have a "Microsoft Office" folder, Click on it. Click on the "Office" folder Click on "Winword.exe" to open the Microsoft Word program. Mac computers (depending upon how you set up your desktop): Click on your hard drive icon Click on the "Applications" folder The applications loaded on your computer should be in this folder. If any of the programs listed above are in this folder you can click on the appropriate icon to start the program. Once you have opened a word processing program: Click on "File" Click on "Save". Name the document what you want and tell it to save to your desktop. Now you are ready to rock. :-) At this point you can type in the information that will be needed for your TOPSA photos or you can copy and paste the information from your TOPSA entries already loaded. To copy information: highlight the information you want to copy then: For PC computers, hold down the "Ctrl" key and press the "C" key For Mac computers, hold down the "Command" key and press the "C" key To paste information: Place your cursor/arrow pointer where you want to paste your information and click then: For PC computers, hold down the "Ctrl" key and press the "V" key For Mac computers, hold down the "Command" key and press the "V" key The copied information should appear where you had placed your cursor/arrow pointer Steph Michel
CUT AND PASTE TUTORIAL These are the steps for cutting and pasting: 1. Highlight 2. Cut (copy) 3. CLICK the cursor where you want the information to go. 4. Paste Open up WORD PAD, or any word processing program, or Start to write an EMAIL. Type something into the document, for example: My Horse Joe -- XYZ -- 555 Now, First you need to HIGHLIGHT the information you want to cut and paste 1. Highlight So, Click your cursor at the END of what you just typed (just after the 5). Then HOLD DOWN your mouse button and run the cursor across the words until you put a colored BOX onto them. Then RELEASE your mouse button. The information is now HIGHLIGHTED. Now to CUT ( = copy) 2. Cut (copy) Press these TWO BUTTONS ON YOUR KEYBOARD at the same time: CONTROL (Ctrl) and C That will copy and save the information into your computer's mind. Now put your cursor. 3. CLICK the cursor where you want the information to go. CLICK to put your cursor ANYWHERE on your document OR CLICK to put your cursor into any other document (such as Webshots). Now to PASTE (= put the information where you want it) 4. Paste Press these TWO BUTTONS ON YOUR KEYBOARD at the same time: CONTROL (Ctrl) and V This will POP your cut and pasted information into the document where you had put your cursor. Trouble? Did your highlighted information disappear? If you accidentally press the two keys Control (Ctrl) and X this will cut and remove the highlighted information. Just use Control (Ctrl) and V to paste it back into place ! Andrea